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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 1, 14| those who can follow out the matter more fully, who are not 2 1, 22| himself, if you look at the matter clearly, because no one 3 1, 24| natural enemy. And in this matter they are led astray by a 4 1, 28| them all, you must take the matter as decided for you by a 5 1, 33| love is near us, it is a matter of course that it should 6 1, 36| liar keeps faith in the matter about which he lies. He 7 2, 2| does not pertain to the matter in hand. And this part of 8 2, 9| doubtful passages. And in this matter memory counts for a great 9 2, 13| long or short, is not a matter of much concern to the man 10 2, 13| are easily offended in a matter of this kind, just in proportion 11 2, 14| turn our attention to the matter and learn all about it. 12 2, 14| in Latin authors. In this matter, too, the great number of 13 2, 25| men, unless when it is a matter of importance to inquire 14 2, 26| as far as is required a matter I have spoken of above. 15 2, 28| pale of the Church as a matter of childish instruction. 16 2, 29| the stars, again, is not a matter of narration, but of description. 17 2, 30| unless some duty compel us, a matter on which I do not touch 18 2, 35| does not pertain to the matter in hand, nor anything to 19 3, 1| by skill and care in the matter of correction; when thus 20 3, 13| necessity, or undertake as a matter of duty, to spend this life, 21 3, 17| have performed a weighty matter." Accordingly, another of 22 3, 18| the apostle permitted as a matter of indulgence to have one 23 3, 29| are said to be learnt as a matter of liberal education are 24 3, 30| discussion, although the matter inquired into is certainly 25 3, 31| yet it is, of course, a matter for interpretation which 26 3, 34| no one who looks into the matter can doubt. And that saying 27 4, 4| hearers need teaching, the matter treated of must be made 28 4, 7| be tedious to pursue the matter further, or to point out 29 4, 7| compelled to explain the matter, but only to commend the 30 4, 8| difficulty and subtilty of the matter they are trying to explain. ~ 31 4, 10| hearers, it is almost a matter of indifference whether 32 4, 12| the teaching, which is a matter of necessity, depends on 33 4, 12| thought in any shape no matter what, but for that purpose 34 4, 12| the style of speaking is a matter of importance. And as the 35 4, 14| to be in keeping with the matter~ 36 4, 15| For, as in regard to every matter of faith and love there 37 4, 18| transactions; those great where a matter relating to man's life or 38 4, 18| Dare any of you, having a matter against another, go to law 39 4, 19| sometimes the same important matter is treated in all these 40 4, 22| after the interposition of matter that we have to treat in 41 4, 23| Now it is a matter of importance to determine 42 4, 23| the temperate style, no matter what may be the general 43 4, 28| he prefers to please by matter rather than by words; thinks 44 4, 29| you look closely into the matter, it is not really themselves


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